Missouri & North Arkansas Railway

Reporting mark: M&NA
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A&O - Butler Creek Trestle (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Lost wooden railroad trestle over Butler Creek at Beaver
Deck removed, but most wooden piles remain

A&O - Charcoal Gap Tunnel (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Completed March 22, 1901; abandoned in 1961
Partially collapsed tunnel on the former Missouri and North Arkansas Railway, 7 miles northeast of Eureka Springs
Abandoned and partially collapsed

A&O - Kings River Bridge (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Lost Warren deck truss bridge over Kings River on Arkansas & Ozarks Railway
Removed

A&O - Leatherwood Creek Trestle (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Abandoned bridge over Leatherwood Creek and Livingston Hollow
Abandoned

A&O - White River Bridge (Beaver) (Carroll County, Arkansas)
Built 1907 by the Wisconsin Bridge & Iron Co., replacing an earlier 1882 bridge
Abandoned through truss railroad bridge over White River at Beaver
Derelict with entire deck removed

M&NA - White River Bridge (White County, Arkansas)
Lost Through truss bridge over White River on Missouri & North Arkansas RR
Removed

M&NA US62 Overpass (Boone County, Arkansas)
Built 1938, Removed 2001 following realignment of US 62
Lost Concrete tee beam bridge over Abandoned Missouri and North Arkansas Railway on old US 62
Removed

Old M&NA - Middle Fork Little Red River Bridge (Searcy County, Arkansas)
Lost Bridge over Middle Fork Little Red River; used to carry the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad
Removed but not replaced; only the supports exist

Old M&NA Brush Creek Bridge (Searcy County, Arkansas)
Lost Bridge over Brush Creek; used to carry the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad
Removed but not replaced; only the supports remain

Old M&NA Buffalo National River Bridge (Searcy County, Arkansas)
Lost Bridge over Buffalo National River; used to carry the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad
Removed but not replaced; supports are all that remain

Old M&NA Dry Creek Bridge (Searcy County, Arkansas)
Abandoned bridge over Dry Creek on Used to carry the Missouri and North Arkansas Railroad
Abandoned

Shirley Bridge (Van Buren County, Arkansas)
Built 1908 by the Wisconsin Bridge & Iron Co. as a railroad bridge; rehabilitated 1978
Through truss bridge over Middle Fork Little Red River on River Road (CR 125) just outside of Shirley
Open to one-lane traffic